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SLCC Digital Archives has a new Online Exhibit!


This interactive online exhibit, SLCC Through the Ages – An Audiovisual Journey, combines a dynamic timeline, digitzed videos, and digitized archival audio recordings to paint a picture of the College over time through audiovisual resources. Visit the online exhibit to view:

·         contemporary digital stories
·         advertisements
·         graduation ceremonies
·         convocations
·         special guest speakers
·         other intriguing audiovisual resources

Access more digital videos via the SLCC Digital Archives channel on Vimeo.

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Interested in unusual, intriguing, or unique audio recordings? Check out our Channel on Mixcloud. Audio materials include resources such as:
·         talk radio shows
·         special guew speakers
·         recordings about social concerns and more!

Some of the most unique audio recordings are from the 1960s and 1970s when the U.S. was embroiled in turmoil overseas as well as at home. Against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and Communism, these audio recordings include guest speakers such as Cleon Skousen and the “Hollywood Bowl on Communism” colloquium with Senator Thomas J. Dodd as the key speaker.

We hope you enjoy this fun online exhibit!


[The archival audiovisual materials highlighted in this exhibit were digitized with funds provided by the Institute of Museu m and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act administered by the Utah State Library.]

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